they are just proposals for the moment, clearly. the portuguese authorities have to decide what is most appropriate for the, in the context of portugal. and if they have, you know, other options that are best accomplished in order to both accomplish the fiscal consolidation and preserve the chemistry of portuguese society, that is perfectly legitimate and fine. but, you know, there is a bit more time to go, a bit more work to do, but they're clearly seeing the end of the program and, certainly, we hope, you know, growth and jobs at the end of the day which is really what matters because, you know, with 16% unemployment rate and over 30% with the young people, i think that's really the key priority. >> okay. gentleman right here in the front. yes, sir. >> [inaudible] >> can you wait for the mic? thank you. >> i'm jeremy dodgeman with ap.